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TaiyangNews Annual Flagship Event On Dec 13/14 & 19/20 & More From DAS Solar, NDRC, NEA, Shanxi

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JA Solar’s Senior Manager of Product Promotion Jerry Sun will be taking part in TaiyangNews annual flagship event: High Efficiency Solar Technologies – Today, Tomorrow and Beyond. Scan the QR code to register for free. (Photo Credit: TaiyangNews)

JA Solar at TaiyangNews annual flagship event; DAS Solar n-type modules deliver 5.22% gain at Hainan PV plant; China’s 1st Ultra-large PV + inflatable film project online; Shanxi issues 2023 guaranteed PV grid access plan; NDRC & NEA release draft on pumped storage power stations.

TaiyangNews annual flagship event on Dec 13/14 & 19/20: Jerry Sun, Senior Manager of Product Promotion, JA Solar will be speaking on Day 1 of TaiyangNews annual flagship event: High Efficiency Solar Technologies – Today, Tomorrow and Beyond. He will be addressing the topic: Benefiting from Tight Vertical Integration of the PV Value Chain.

The Conference, which will take place on December 13/14 from 09:30 – 13:00 CET, will be focused on TOPCon and HJT, and will see leading PV manufacturers, material suppliers and equipment makers present the latest updates on each of these technologies.

For Agenda & Free Registration, click here: https://taiyangnews.info/dec-1314-19-and-20-2023-high-efficiency-solar-technologies/

DAS Solar n-type modules at Hainan PV plant deliver power gain of 5.22%: DAS Solar said in an email release that the Hainan PV plant project – grid connected at the end of 2022 and equipped with DAS Solar’s n-type and p-type modules – has achieved a power gain of 5.22%. The release states that based on available statistics from December 2022 to September 2023, n-type TOPCon modules demonstrate a notable average increase in power generation of 5.22% compared to p-type PERC modules under similar conditions. The n-type module’s first year degradation was found not to exceed 1% with annual degradation of less than 0.4%, compared to 2% first year power degradation and 0.45% annual degradation for p-type modules. The power gains for an n-type module compared to a p-type module, from 1% in the first year to 2.45% in the 30th year, helps it achieve a power generation gain of 1.73% over its life cycle, says DAS Solar.

Last month, DAS Solar and Mubang Hi-Tech jointly signed an agreement with the Xinzhou Economic Development Zone Management Committee to invest in a 20 GW n-type monocrystalline silicon ingot fab (see China Solar PV News Snippets).

Ultra-large PV + inflatable film project online in Jiangsu: Dubbed as the country’s 1st project of its kind, an ultra-large-scale photovoltaic (PV) + inflatable film project has been brought online in China. Local media reports that the project consists of 4 ultra-large-scale inflatable film greenhouses and is located at the Changzhou Port Lu’an Zhou Terminal in Changzhou City, Jiangsu Province. The project covers a total area of over 270,000 square meters and has a storage capacity for loose cargo of up to 1.5 million tons. The distributed PV installed capacity on the roof reaches 7.66 MW, generating an annual output of 11 MWh, accounting for 52% of the terminal’s total annual electricity consumption. The project is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by over 9,500 tons annually.

Shanxi Province issues 2023 guaranteed PV grid access plan for 7.17 GW: A recent notice issued by the Energy Bureau of Shanxi Province has laid out the annual construction plan for a total of 143 projects with an installed capacity of 14.77 GW. The 14.77 GW breaks down into: 7.17 GW for solar PV, and 7.6 GW for wind power projects. According to statistics based on project owners, the top 3 in terms of project size are SPIC with 2.26 GW, China Datang with 1.24 GW, and POWERCHINA with 900 MW.

NDRC and NEA support development of renewable energy pumped storage power stations: The joint draft on pumped storage power stations by National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the National Energy Administration (NEA) has been released for public consultation. The draft is titled “Interim Measures for the Development and Construction Management of Pumped Storage Power Stations (Draft for Soliciting Opinions).” It mandates the development and construction of pumped storage power stations to support major basin integrated bases for water, wind and solar energy, as well as large-scale wind and PV bases. Following the consultation, the NEA will coordinate with provincial energy authorities and research institutions to conduct resource surveys and preliminary feasibility assessments for pumped storage development at these integrated bases. These projects will then be made part of the medium and long-term development plans.

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